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of insurance. the ugly. chelsea soccer star ejected from the game for kicking a ball game when he was down after he tried to retrieve the ball. luckily he was eventually able to walk off the field. >> time for your brew on this question of the day responses. do you think that it's a good idea or bad idea that high school students in washington, d.c. soon will not be required to take u.s. government class? here are some of the responses. dan tweeted us as saying why would we want future voters to be informed citizens of this country to know the constitution that keeps them free? and jim from virginia e-mailed thomas jefferson said a democracy can only survive in an educated electorate. if we keep this up we will lose the system we were built upon. finally blaine tweets us considering how bad our government acts if we keep teaching how it should operate, it will only get
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worse. thank everybody who responded. "fox & friends" starts right now. have a good day. >>alisyn: good morning. today is thursday, january 24. hillary clinton on the hot seat answers questions with more questions. >> the fact is we have four dead americans. was it because of protester because some guys decided to go for a walk. what difference does it make? >>alisyn: you're going to want to hear this. >>steve: you're going to want to see this. that right there is an american plane with an egyptian flag on it leaving yesterday from fort worth, texas. why? we gave did to them. why are we gives weapons to the muslim brotherhood, the people who teach their
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children to hate the jews? >>brian: we're talking about a gun that guy has concealed now. the new x ray vision police say you won't see, which is good news. ray kelly is working it right now. "fox & friensoon. >>steve: welcome aboard. brian, this is an exciting show. >>brian: why? >>steve: take a look at alisyn and i. >>brian: why? >>steve: by the conclusion of the show alisyn will look like me because the person who cuts my hair will cut her hair as well to prove men and women should pay the same when it comes to haircuts. >>brian: you want equality in haircuts. the president wants equality in pay. this is your line in the sand. this poor woman is in the line of fire? >>alisyn: the things i do for my craft. >>brian: your craft?
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>>alisyn: my craft of journalism. i argued with my producers i'm not going to get a haircut by steve's barber. they said it's his hairdresser. they convinced me to do it. stay tuned for that. >>steve: not only has rosie been cutting my hair for coming unon 20 years -- coming up on 20 years -- >>brian: rosie o'donnell. >>steve: she also does the hair of one other american, a famous one too. stuart varney! >>brian: the last time i went to a barber they gave me bazooka gum. >>steve: yay! let's -- >>alisyn: we've learned the united nations is giving money to kuwait because iraq invaded it in 1990. the u.n. compensation commission paying another $1.3 billion for damages bringing the total so far to kuwait to $40.1 billion.
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the money goes towards damages to kuwait's oil fields and losses in production and sales. he helped plan the brutal attack on museum buy that -- on mumbai. today he will learn his fate, being sentenced in a chicago courtroom for the three-day rampage. ten gunman attacked a crowded train station and the taj mahal hotel. prosecutors asking for a term of 30 to 35 years. that leaves open the possibility that he could one day go free. reaction pouring in to letting women serve on the front lines. in a few hours defense secretary leon panetta will lift the military's ban on women serving in combat. >> i broke down and had muscle atrophy and weight loss at a much faster rate and noticeable rate than my male marines. >> i threw hand grenades
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and fired my m-16. i was ready for it. that was in the earl lip 1980's. >>alisyn: the ban has been in place since 1994. reversing it will open more than 230,000 jobs to women in the army and marines. the nation's biggest police force got x-ray vision. look at this. the nypd is testing a new high-tech device that detects concealed weapons. >>brian: it can see through your clothes. >>alisyn: it can. you can see the scanner showing a shadowy image of the gun against that person's body. there is no projected rollout date but the department plans on having multiple units deployed in areas of high gun violence. the future is now. >>brian: why get dressed if everyone is going to be able to see through your clothes at the airports and on the streets? why put clothes on? >>steve: because it's five degrees outside. but it was hot yesterday on capitol hill. hillary rodham clinton,
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five hours of testimony. she went through the range of emotions. she took responsibility for the mishandling of the attack without really saying she was responsible for much of anything. >>brian: they did a report that showed that the people who are in trouble and screwed up were the people right below her. the assistant secretary of state. >>steve: and she didn't know anything about the cables that came in. she didn't know about the request by ambassador stevens for more security. she was there any way. she had some legacy to protect. here is the full range of emotion. hillary yesterday. >> i stood next to president obama as the marines carried those flag-draped caskets off the plane at andrews. i put my arms around the mothers and fathers, the sisters and brothers, the sons and daughters. >> we were misled that there was supposedly protests and something sprang out of that, an assault sprang out of that. and that was easily -- that was not the fact -- >> up know --
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>> the american could have known that within days and they didn't know that. >> with all due respect, the fact is we had four dead americans. was it because they protester because guys on a walk one night decided they would go kill some americans. what difference at this point does it make? >>steve: it makes a lot of difference when an administration misleads the people. >>alisyn: she has a point and that is the point we've made on this air many times. her point was what difference does it make at this point. let's get justice for these americans. i believe that was her point. but where is the justice? why hasn't anybody been prosecuted? why has a suspect been released? >>steve: where are the witnesses, people who work for the department of state? why haven't they been called before congress? >>alisyn: the messaging isn't important as the justice. that was the follow-up question i wanted to have asked which was what are we doing? why don't we know names? where are the suspects? where is the prosecution? that wasn't answered either yesterday. >>brian: this is the
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lance armstrong principle of when you're in trouble yell at the person asking the questions. he's been doing this for 15 years. when she gets angry, you do not want to be in her cross hairs. everything is about what difference does it make? the whole reason why we're there is because it makes a huge difference. why did it happen? why weren't the warnings heeded? was it the money issue? was it a lack of security issue? was it a lack of knowledge issue? was there so much bureaucracy, no one saw the request in august? the whole reason why you're there -- but the fact is everyone is looking at the fact that she got angry and thinking she looks good. but her words absolutely defy the logic behind the whole reason for the hearing. senator johnson in one sentence said the whole reason why we were there: to open and unpack what the heck happened leading up, why those guys haven't been caught. wasn't the state all our embassies around the world,
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especially in our region, even today, has anything been done? >>alisyn: the congress people didn't drill down on these questions. a lot of people have said there was a lot of them on a soapbox instead of just asking her point-blank, making their questions succinct and asking her point-blank. there is a column today called bureaucratic blathering. congressional weenies. people were desperate for answers. one of the thing said is had the labeling been different to begin with, had they called it a terrorist attack by al qaeda to begin with, perhaps algeria wouldn't have happened. he somehow connects -- though i haven't heard anybody in law enforcement connect this -- that the same people responsible, he thinks, for benghazi then went on to that hostage situation in algeria. >>brian: one of the people dead are one of the people said to be in on the benghazi hit.
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dead in algeria. i don't know where they came from, but they actually perpetrated their crime in algeria. and there are direct links, it seems, among the terrorists, they went from libya maybe with guns, shuttled through qatar to the libyan rebels using those guns against our guys to make that massive hostage grab which resulted in a lot of carnage last week. >>steve: hillary rodham clinton yesterday mentioned that there was a connection. to answer the question, what difference does it make at this point, absolutely. if they would have known that they were terrorists right then, they could have started tracking them down. one of the other things was a couple of times she was complaining about the fact that, you know, essentially she was blaming the republicans. we don't have enough funding for the embassy security and stuff like that. but when you look at the numbers, over the last five, six, seven, eight years, funding for security and things like that has actually doubled. it's gone down a little bit over the last couple of years. >>brian: in 2007, it was
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$778,000. in 2012 it was $1.3 billion. >>steve: if there has been a drawdown a little bit -- we'll show you statistics later on -- is because of the drawdown in iraq and we were pulling out of iraq so they needed less money. hillary clinton a couple of times went to capitol hill to ask for money for, among other things, keeping the people who work for the department of state safe. did she ever say you guys are short shrifting me, i need more money for embassy security? no. >>alisyn: let's talk about what's happening today. and that is the u.s. is giving egypt four f-16's and two00 abrams -- and 200 abrams tanks. why would they be giving our best weapons to fight wars? this was an old deal signed in 2010 under the hosni
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mubarak regime, but we are fulfilling our deal any way even though obviously morsi's relationship with us is much more dubious. >>brian: here is rudy giuliani yesterday with sean hannity. >> explain to me where egypt is threatened. egypt is not threatened by saudi arabia, not threatened by iran, not threatened by russia, klein, the united states. what conceivable reason would they have for these jets other than to do something to protect themselves theoretically against israel or to help iran in some kind of action against israel. >> we're going to give lethal weapons to someone who believes that the people in israel are descendants of apes and pigs. >>brian: these f-16's aren't knockoffs. they are the cutting edge f-16's that our own pilots use full of everything that we would get here in the u.s. >>steve: that particular jet was just taking off from fort worth yesterday bound for egypt.
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keep in mind the billions of dollars that we give egypt in foreign aid each year, we wind up essentially accounting for 80% of their weapons procurement cost. 80% of the stuff in their arsenal, you're welcome. thank you, united states. >>brian: they are given. they are not sold. >>alisyn: some people said since morsi made questionable statements about president obama, about israel, it is time for us to stop some of that aid, particularly not sending them weapons. >>steve: we've got a busy morning to talk about all those things and so much more including a new report shows union membership hitting an all-time low. is that because they're pwrupgt our cities? -- bankrupting our cities? what happens now? stuart varney, who has a beautiful haircut, has the numbers coming up next. >>alisyn: is that what i'm getting? the varney. eddie murphy heading back to beverly hills?
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>>steve: america apparently is falling out of love with unions nationwide. membership is at an all-time low despite salaries for union members remaining high. case in point, chicago's police department. >>alisyn: even though chicago's murder rate skyrocketed, city employees have been able to rack up unbelievable overtime checks and not because they're solving the crimes. stuart varney has the numbers. chicago has the dubious distinction of being the murder capital of the country. they had 506, i think, murders and only 129 of them solved. yet, all the people, the cops on the police department are getting all sorts of overtime not for solving crimes. >> look at the numbers for a second. i've got numbers on a communications officer, a
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dispatcher, a detective. that's their salary on the left. their salary. on the right in red, that's the overtime in one year. >>alisyn: in addition to their salaries. >> in addition to their salary. this is why unions, union contracts on the municipal level, especially in states like illinois, in chicago, this is why unions are breaking the bank of state finances. $91,000 a year just in overtime. of course that all goes towards the lavish pensions which are going to be built up even more in the future. this is another reason why unions are very much out of favor, especially at the state level at this moment. >>steve: you were referring to the lavish pensions. for new recruits and people just starting on the forces across the country, if it is a unionized cop shop, they are making less pension-wise and benefit-wise than the people who preceded them. >> way less. way less. if you switch to the private sector and you look at unions overall, they may be at a very high point in
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political influence -- if you look at the headlines, unions rule. but at the membership level, they're declining drastically. 400,000 fewer union people -- >>alisyn: one last thing about chicago's police department that i think is instructive. the reason they say they can't solve these crimes is because they say they have an understaffed detective division because they can't afford to pay more detectives. >> of course you can't afford to pay detectives when some of them are making $76,000 a year overtime on top of their base pay. >>steve: if the new recruits are making less than the people who came before them, what is the incentive to join the union? >> that's very true. in states like wisconsin and indiana where there is new antilaws restricting collective bargaining on the part of unions, union membership is tumbling. that is a trend that is not going to stop. >>steve: i read in some of your material that right
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now union membership is at the lowest stage since 1950, even when the nation's population is half what it is. >> it is a 60-year low. only 11% of american workers are unionized. >>alisyn: thanks. we'll be watching you this morning. >> i'm eager to see your haircut. >>alisyn: i'm getting the varney. >>steve: earlier i said phil simms was a new york jet. he was a giant. meanwhile, she was trying to find her perfect match. instead she got set up with somebody who tried to k her. an on-line dating horror story that tops all the others. that is coming up. >>alisyn: phil mickelson apologized for complaining about his higher tax rate. his former neighbor says he has a point. he says the tax policy in their neighborhood is criminal. criminal. he'll explain. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics...
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>>alisyn: 23 minutes after the hour. time for headlines. new overnight, north korea vowing to aim nukes at the united states. the country's military says it plans to conduct more rocket launches and that its missiles are capable of reaching american soil. this comes following new sanctions from the u.n. open wide. the dentist accused of being wasted on the job is apparently taking appointments again. sources say he will return to work today. his dentist office on long island, just three days after allegedly using his drill while blitzed. let's go toefr steve and brian. >>steve: who needs laughing gas? have some of this. all right, taxed to the max. when progolfer phil mickelson complained about
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being taxed to the max in california, the media went nuts. >>brian: mickelson felt he had to apologize just for speaking his mind. >> you know, i've made some dumb, dummies -- dumb, dumb mistakes. obviously this is one of them. my apology is for talking about it publicly. i shouldn't take advantage of the forum i have as a professional golfer to try to ignite change over these issues. >>brian: he's not saying he's not going to move. should he really feel bad? after all, california is one of the highest taxed states in the nation, if not the highest. joining us live from miami is grant cardon, mickelson's former neighbor. he left california for florida where there is no individual income tax. are you disappointed that phil even backtracked yesterday? >> absolutely i'm disappointed because i think some of the
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intolerance for wealthy people standing up and saying i don't want to be taxed anymore is that the wealthy people don't stand up and say, hey, i can't afford this anymore. i left california just because my companies were having trouble operating there with the higher tax rates. >>steve: tiger woods left california a while back. how much do you think he has saved in state income taxes? >> over the last ten years, tiger has probably saved $80 million to $100 million. >>steve: just by moving to florida? >> for instance, in my case i have been able to expand the number of employees in my company by over 25% because of the savings, the money that i'm not spending with the state. and it's what i -- i've said recently that phil -- california doesn't make his golf game better. it doesn't make his branding better. he doesn't get more endorsements. yet, they want more money from him. and that moves what they were doing to me and so many other successful people there. they make it intolerable to
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live there in that state. >>brian: texas is like a magnet. florida is like a magnet. texas uses their oil money. florida says i've got this great tourism thing. we don't need income tax. you have phil backtracking on this. what i'm wondering is why there is an american backlash on somebody who is successful and clearly earned it. he isn't royalty. he earned his way through the tour. why is it more patriotic to spend 60% of your income and give it to the government? >> i don't get it. i don't know why he didn't stand up. there is no mulligans in golf. you don't get to move the ball if you have a bad shot. his first inclination was to tell people this is getting prohibitive for me to live here. then he backtracked on it i guess because he's getting some flak. if people don't stand up and tell -- if the .001% aren't willing to stand up and say this hurts then the
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99% aren't going to staepbd the effect it has on -- aren't going to staepbd understand the effect it has on people. the high earners in california should be the poster boys. they should be jerry brown's biggest advocates. instead people like me are saying look, i don't want to leave california. i've lived there 22 years. i loved it there. my family was there, my home, my friends. i am now leaving and complaining about it. so rather than being a poster child, a poster boy and being an advocate of california, i'm actually saying i've got to leave. and now phil's backtracking when we all know, i guarantee you phil will leave the state of california. >>brian: and the people of california only have themselves to blame. 53% say raise those taxes on millionaires. guess what? they're going to leave because they worked hard for their money. thanks for joining us grant
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call on december 6, two days later he would be at the heisman ceremony. he would be asked about it. so why did he lie about her two days after he knew she didn't exist? here he is with katie. >> you stuck to the script, and you knew that something was amiss. why? >> correct. well, anybody put yourself in my situation. katie, put yourself in my situation. my whole world told me she died on december 12. everybody knew that. this girl who i committed myself to died on september 12. now i get a phone call on december 6 saying that she's alive, and then i'm going to be put on national tv two days later and they ask me the same question. what would you do? >>alisyn: i hear him.
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two days to process that kind of mind-blowing revelation i think is okay. maybe he could have gone to one of his coaches or something and told him. i can understand where two days you're at the heisman presentation happening two days later. how are you going to go to a camera and say i think my girlfriend was imaginary who i talked to for 500 hours. there's new phone records just released that he spent 500 hours over the course of four months on the phone with his imaginary girlfriend. >>brian: think about this. who is this guy who is going to be coming out shortly? he actually did this thing. does he have any other hobbies? does he have a job or go to school? he spent all his day just trying to distort the mind and emotions of this fighting irish linebacker, a guy he barely knows? >>steve: we know that guy was apparently president of the drama club in high school. he auditioned for "the voice." according to his attorney -- he's hired
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rodney king's attorney in california. according to his attorney, that fellow right there is the person who manti talked to for the 500 hours on the phone. a real high fall -- falsetto voice for 500 hours. >>brian: he evidently reached out to the girl that he knew in high school, barely knew, and said i need you to send me a new picture because somebody is sick, in a car accident, uplift their spirits. she has been duped this whole time. she had no idea she was being used. here he is talking about the real girl. this is her from last night. >> had you even heard the name manti te'o? >> no, i haven't. up until, like you said, about a week ago i never met him in my entire life and never heard of who he was. >>brian: it looks like this remia guy was the
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mastermind of the guy. asked what were his intentions, his attorney said i wouldn't describe the issues at this time. >>alisyn: there are other victims at his hoax as well. he apparently was good at this, pretending to be somebody else and setting up meetings and phone calls >>brian: she held up a sign at the orange bowl that said good luck, january 6. she had no idea what she was holding up. she thought somebody in her class was sick or had an accident. >>steve: there is still more to the story. >>alisyn: let's get to another story. a school district in california now has 14 ar-15 rifles stored in locked safes on school grounds. some parents say it will not ensure safety, but police officers are
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praising this decision. >> it is the best message we could send to anybody who thinks to harm our children, because the message we're sending is not here, not now. we're prepared for you. and if you seek to harm our children, we will neutralize that threat and you will most likely be killed. >> we don't need to look very far back in our history to see these types of weapons being used on our campuses to kill our children, staff members and teachers. >>alisyn: the mayor of that town also supports the decision. >>steve: he was supposed to be her perfect match, but he almost killed her. a las vegas woman suing match.com for $10 million for allegedly setting her up with a murderer. back in 2011, mary kay beckham was stabbed 10 her garage.en left to die >> they don't say one in five are part of an attempted murder or one in five are killed. they don't tell you that people are missing. if i can save somebody from
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being hurt or making a different decision with their on-line dating choices, that's my goal. >>steve: she wants match.com to warn people about the dangers of dating websites. >>brian: he summoned enough courage to rob a pizza joint but changed his mind and started crying. when the clerk started handing money to the thief, he broke down in tears and said he was trying to feed his family. the clerk offered to make him pizza and chicken wings. the crook then left. police are trying to locate the guy but aren't sure of any charges he might face. >>steve: somebody tried to rob a starbucks a week or so ago but the safe was locked. the clerk said i don't have any money for you but how about a tall latte. the guy said okay and left. >>alisyn: eddie murphy heading back to beverly hills. >> the man who claims to be on vacation, you look like
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you're on a stakeout. >> stakeout? no. i'm picnicking. this is like a picnic area. >>alisyn: murphy reprising his role as axel foley. he'll play the dad of a young cop tracking down criminals who target the rich and famous. this is set to air later this year. >>steve: speaking of the rich and famous, let's go over to brian kilmeade. >>brian: the family of football player esau is suing the nfl saying his injury led to brain disease. a soccer star ejected for kicking a ball boy in the ribs after he tried to retrieve the ball.
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evidently not quick enough, he fell on the ball so got red carded. the ball boy was able to walk off the field, did not want to press charges. he's 18 years old, on the borderline of boy and man. >> twaordz is back on the -- tiger woods is back on the prowl and purportedly pursuing another blonde beauty. sources say woods is seeing olympic skier lindsay vonn and thinks she might be the one. woods was spotted where vonn was racing. vonn back on the market after finalizing her divorce this month. tiger woods got divorced. i don't know if you remember that story. >>steve: so many scandals ago. he's the one who probably would not have gotten in trouble had he had an imaginary girlfriend. he's like manti te'o, i'll take your scandal. you want to swap? no one is going after you with a club. >>alisyn: you think your cell phone bill is way too high? we're going to show you how
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you can save thousands of dollars a year. you are being overcharged. >>steve: did we really get answers from hillary rodham clinton yesterday? the judge says no. her story just doesn't add up. he is striding into the studio. you'll hear from him next. >>brian: is the judge italian? >>steve: hmmm...
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be serving fish mcfights. you're going to be -- fish mcbites. it's also on its way, they say, perhaps a breakfast burger as well. >>brian: how many tv's do you need? things got heated during hillary clinton's exchange with senator ron johnson yesterday on the cause of those terrorist attacks in benghazi. >> we were misled that there were supposedly protests and something sprang out of that, an assault sprang out of that. >> but, you know -- >> people could have known that within days and they didn't know that. >> with all due respect, the fact is we have four dead americans. was it because of a protester was it because of guys out for a walk one night and decided they would kill americans. what difference at this point does it make? it is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to
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prevent it from ever happening again. >>brian: i'm joined by fox news judicial senior analyst judge napolitano. i find so much wrong with her remarks in that case. >> her remarks at first level were callous, arrogant and uncaring. if you analyze, what is missing? her job is to tell the truth. she was under oath. susan rice, ambassador to the u.n., went all over television and blatantly misrepresented the truth. i don't know if she lied because i don't know if she knew that she was misrepresenting. mrs. clinton, the state department, and the obama administration don't care about the truth for her to say what difference does it make. the difference, whether it was a disorganized mob or an assault on that compound, and whether or not the truth was told is of profound interest to the american people. >>brian: your former job was getting to the truth.
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people are focused on the fact that she lost her temper but they're not looking it the words she said. what difference does it make? the we don't know what happened still today. >> her losing her temper wasn't a lost temper. it was either planned or it was controlled. and it served, to use one of your phrases, a brush-back pitch. the republicans did not examine her with enough aggression, with enough professionalism. they should have zeroed in with follow-up questions. they should have cross-examined her as if she was on the witness stand. the democrats, as bill o'reilly said last night, not a single democrat asked a single question that made any sense or challenged her. >>brian: tell me what you think of this from senator mccain and senator rand paul. >> i categorically reject your answer to senator johnson about, well, we didn't ask these survivors who were flown to ramstein the next day, that this was not a spontaneous
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demonstration. to say it was because an investigation was going on -- >> had i been president at the time and i found you did not read the cables from benghazi, did not read the cables from ambassador stevens, i would have relieved you of your post. i think it's inexcusable. >> those were two of the best statements made along with senator johnson's question. what did she do with the statement from senator mccain and the statement from senator paul? she didn't reply at all. then they went on to the next question. >>brian: her answer was interesting and it was very easy, for four months she had the answer. her answer was everything is addressed to me that comes into the state department. but i don't see every cable. it is not possible. >> it's too much for me to read. you know what? it's her job to know things. it's her job to execute properly. and it is her job to tell the truth and for the people who work for her to tell the truth. does she really think we believe that someone who works for her -- susan rice -- was chosen by someone unknown to her to go on national television
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and someone also unknown to her gave susan rice untruthful statements to make and she blindly made them? does anybody really accept that? does mrs. clinton think we'll believe that. >>brian: mrs. clinton was under oath. chris wallace's feelings were hurt because she was like i don't like doing sunday shows. that's too bad. >> chris wallace has a problem with her husband. not with her. >>brian: chris wallace, we salute you. judge, good job. straight ahead, think your cell phone bill is way too high? you're probably right. we're going to show you a way to save a thousand bucks next. then apparently size does matter. one guy suing subway for their too-short foot-long. is he just a jerk or is he justified? e-mail us.
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americans are on the wrong plan. they are oversubscribed. what wireless waste is, it's the difference between what you're paying and what you're using. it's your data, your voice, your text. and nobody really knows what they have. and so what save love give.com does is takes your bill and matches your usage to the plans that are available. >>alisyn: you set up a company. you were tired of hearing customers complain about your bill so you left verizon and set up your own company. you say go to save love give.com, you and your partner will look to see where you can save. what's the upshot? >> it's the wireless waste number. $52.8 billion is the number savelovegive targeted. last week we saved
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consumers $2 million. >>alisyn: your first tip is analyze your bill and you guys will help people do that if they go to the website. next, take advantage of discounts. like what? >> anyone who works for a business, whether it's small, medium or large, the wireless carriers provide discounts. for example, our company, we have a 6% to 10% discount. you don't have to get your phone paid for by your company to actually get the discount. you can go to the carrier's website, give your e-mail and then you can get a discount on your plan. some are 10% all the way up to 25%. >>alisyn: your third tip is cut out the extras. like what? >> there's little, tiny extras that build up, whether it's roadside assistance or insurance or little kind of alerts like horoscope alerts, things that get on your bill that you're not aware of and over time that builds up. >>alisyn: third-party charges, what are those? you say to beware of them. >> the industry term is cramming. what it is is it's basically some kind of alert osage alert
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that gets on your bill -- horoscopes are a good example, little games somebody signed you up for without you knowing. out of nowhere you'll see $29 -- $2.9 on your bill. we show that. the corporates know it's a problem. if you say something about it, they'll take it off. >>alisyn: for more ways, check out the free mobile app which you can get at savelovegive.com. the reason you call it save love give is because with your savings you can also give to charity. >> yes. the ethos of the company is not just to fix the problem. we've linked up with a women's empowerment organization called the seven bar so when you get your savings you can give it to good use to solve much, much bigger problems. >>alisyn: that's
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is that a good idea? it worked for private benjamin when goldie hawn broke the barrier years ago. >> steve: is it time for haircut equality? not too much. should women be paying the same price for haircuts as guys? that coming up as this hour of "fox & friends" starts right now with a free hair cut from my barber, rosey. >> alisyn: stay tuned. i'm about to get a hair cut from rosie to prove a point. >> brian: what is the point. >> steve: rosy has a place in new jersey. she charges $22 for a men's hair cut. she charges $25 for a ladies' hair cut n. denmark, what they're talking about is everything should be the same f. a woman has short hair, she should pay the same as a guy. >> alisyn: see, i have long
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hair. rosy, shouldn't i pay more? >> steve: a little bit? we're going to find out in the segment. >> alisyn: she has to focus right now. >> brian: she's only $3 off. if you go into a high end place, it's double for a woman. why? because women also use it as therapy. they also talk to their hair cutter. >> steve: plus, here in new york city, some people who cut ladies' hair can get hundreds of dollars. >> alisyn: yes. >> steve: but people are willing to pay because they look hundreds of dollars better, right? >> right. and they can talk about it. >> alisyn: by the way, we are the therapists for the hair cuttist. we are the ones often talking. >> i'm stale therapist at $25. >> brian: it's pretty even for men and women at rosy's place. we'll check in with you again, steve. keep the smock on. >> alisyn: let's get to your headlines.
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new overnight north korea vows to aim nukes at the united states. the country's military says it plans to conduct more rocket launches and that its missiles are capable of reaching american soil. this comes following new sanctions from the u.n. he helped plan the brutal attack on mumbai that left 160 people dead, including children. today the small time american drug dealer turned terrorist will learn his fate. david coleman hedley being sentenced in a chicago courtroom. ten gunmen electric a pakinstani terror group attack add crowded train station in the taj mahal hotel. prosecutors asking for 35 years. that leaves open the possibility that he could one day go free. a drastic new proposal to cut gun violence. missouri state senator maria chapel nidal wants to pass a law requiring parents who own guns to notify their children's school. she thinks it will help them store their guns more safely.
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>> i wholey believe in the second amendment, that everyone should have the right to bear arms. but the second amendment does not say that a 12-year-old can shoot a 12-year-old. >> alisyn: those parents who do not comply could be slapped with a $100 fine. reaction pouring in to letting women serve on the front lines. >> i broke down and had muscle atrophy and weight loss at a much faster rate. >> i threw hand grenades and set more mines and fired my m-16. so i was ready for it. that was in the early '80s. >> alisyn: both sides of the argument there. in a few hours, defense secretary leon panetta will lift the military's ban on women serve not guilty combat. it has been in place since 1994 and reversing it will release 130,000 jobs for women in the army and marine. we want to know what you think about all this. e-mail us and we will read your e-mails.
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>> brian: when private benjamin broke the barrier in the army action i thought everything was settled. then a real life person, jessica lynch. remember she was taken prisoner in that hospital? i thought they were on the front lines already to a degree. >> steve: we'll talk about that at the bottom of the hour. i can't believe it. i'm sitting near a smock, looking like i'm ready for a buffet at red lobster. >> brian: twist it around and go fight crime. >> alisyn: your hair looks great, by the way. >> steve: thanks very much. you'll get it in just a minute. >> alisyn: wow. >> brian: you're going to get a boy's hair cut. >> steve: no, she does ladies hair cuts, too. hillary clinton was up on capitol hill yesterday and did you miss it? here is a montage of hillary defending the actions by the department of state. >> i stood next to president obama as the marines carried those flag-draped caskets off the plane at andrews. i put my arms around the mothers
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and fathers, sisters and brothers, the sons and daughters. >> we were misled there was supposedly frosts and something sprang out of that, an assault sprang out of that. that was easily ascertained that was not the fact. and the american people could have known that within days and they didn't know that. >> with all due respect, the fact is, we had four dead americans. was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they'd go kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? >> steve: it makes a lot of difference. >> alisyn: her point is that what is the label? what difference does the label make? then she didn't answer, is where is the justice, why hasn't he been prosecuted. >> steve: but label was important. had we known it was a terrorist act right then, then maybe, and she did talk a little bit about how there is no doubt that the weapons that were just used in algeria came from libya. one of the reasons that the people were in benghazi was to
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find as many of the weapons as possible. >> alisyn: you're saying we would have captured them right away? who knows. >> steve: well, it's hypothetical, but there is a real good chance it would not have happened. i can't say it the other way, but had we nonearly -- look, if it's a terrorist thing, it would have been different. >> brian: i know after 9-11, 2001, we knew the hijackers within 24 hours because the whole world was focused on it. >> steve: we weren't afraid to say terrorists. >> brian: i wouldn't say they could come up with the answer in 24 hours burks there didn't seem to be an aggressive push to find out. i think one guy is under house arrest in tunisia and another guy dead in algeria. ron johnson said after the hearings about the exchange, i'm not sure she had rehearsed that type of question. i just think she decided before she was going to describe emotionally the four dead americans, it was a way of getting out of really having to respond to me. >> alisyn: wouldn't it have been more helpful or as equally
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helpful to have heard why she didn't read the warning cables from ambassador stevens? we know they were sent three months before happened, they were red flags. she said she never saw them. well, who saw them? what has happened to that person? and why wasn't secretary of state alerted? none of those questions were answered. >> steve: she did take responsibility kind of, but said all the security failures really happened at the assistant secretary level or below. one thing was very clear, rand paul, who many surmise will run for president one day, made it clear that if he was president and she was working for him, she would have been canned. listen. >> had i been president at the time and i found that you did not read the cables from benghazi, you did not read the cables from ambassador stevens, i would have relooked you from your post. >> brian: ambassador stevens is her friend. there was only one place in
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which we were at war with, active war prior to that and it was libya. i would assume they would prioritize it. bill o'reilly opened the show with talk points. here is his analysis of the five hours of testimony yesterday. >> many americans believe that hillary clinton will run for president in 2016. if she does, she will be formidable. everybody knows she dodged bullets in various controversies, while her husband was president. including the fact she made $100,000 in a very questionable commodities trade. summing up, if there is one politician in the country who should be advertising teflon, hillary clinton. >> alisyn: meanwhile, breaking news, subway sandwiches' foot long subs are only 11 1/2 inches long. i know, everyone! i feel your outrage. there is going to be a mutiny.
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i know. one guy is suing. >> steve: two guys. >> alisyn: oh, two guys are suing as a result of being cheated out of that extra inch. >> steve: yeah. one of their attorneys says that the half an inch short, he says that's about 45 cents per sandwich that subway owes their customers. what subway says is look, we bake bread in 38,000 restaurants, in 100 countries every day and redoubled our efforts to insure the consistency and correct length in every sandwich we service. >> brian: i just think jarrett should be paying the price for this and even michael strahan. >> alisyn: maybe that's why he lost weight. >> brian: hey what, do you mean? i'm only eating 11 1/2 inches on a daily basis. no woman is suing. just two guys. here is some of the proneses. michael in oklahoma says, the man is a jerk. the quantity of meat, cheese, et cetera, that go on each sand pitch is fixed regardless of the actual length of the bread. he's complaining about getting less bread, that's ridiculous.
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>> alisyn: bob in florida says mine wasn't 12 inches either. the chicken teriyaki. the bread was 12 and five eighths inches. he's getting the bonus. >> brian: he got extra! figure a guy says it's bigger. >> steve: natural. the other thing is, they just advertise it as a foot long. they're not saying it's 12 inches. it's a foot long. different people have different size feet. we don't know whose foot they're basing it on. >> brian: right. >> steve: come on! >> brian: what foot? what if we if metric? >> steve: it would still be the same size foot. >> brian: right. we should have been metric already. i was told we were going to be metric. >> steve: it was going to take ten years. that was about 30 years ago. >> alisyn: keep your e-mails coming about any of these subjects. coming up, this is an american f-16 you're about to see. why does it have an egyptian flag on it? well, because we are giving this to them.
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o >> steve: fox news alert. we showed you the images earlier. firefighters working to extinguish chicago's largest fire in seven years. that fire flaired back up. this is a live look right now. you can see the fire and the flames are shooting into the air there in the second city. we're keeping an eye on this developing city and will bring you any more details as we get them. brian? >> brian: in a short time in
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office, morsi insulted our commander in chief, alice schroeder lies. but despite all that, the u.s. is about to reward them, providing egypt with 16 fighter jets, 200 tanks. this is an american f-16 with an egyptian flag on it. it's all part of an aid deal. again, they're not buying it. made back in 2010. but considering his comments, should we reconsider? i'm talking about his comments that were supposedly off record in 2010 what he really thinks of israel. joining us texas congressman, louis gohmert. how did you find out about this? >> actually we heard the report in the news 'cause this isn't something that came advertising on capitol hill. it is just outrageous. but brian, it's consistent with what we found out is actually this administration's foreign policy. the foreign policy is what difference does it make? hey, what difference does it make if we give our sworn
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enemies, people who want to wipe israel and us off the map, so we give them the method to wipe them out? what's the big deal? >> brian: what do you say to people who say hue bark wasn't a benevolent dictator even though he was good to us. should we have not been giving egypt aid all those years? >> we were not interfering with the internal situation in these countries, but mubarak had agreements with this country. this administration throws our allies under the bus. they've done it with the northern alliance that fought the taliban in afghanistan. they did it with poland. we'd deal with them for defensive weapons. they've done it repeatedly and as a west african told me when i was over there a couple of years ago, he said, we were so excited when you elected a black president. but please, tell people in washington stop getting weaker. the world sees you getting weaker! don't do that.
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you put us in jeopardy. we're putting ourselves in jeopardy when we're sending jets and tanks to a man who -- a leader whose only two enemies he said in the past are israel and the united states. >> brian: look at these jets. we got knockoffs, so to speak, that basically have the frames and don't have the up-to-date material. when you is it. this is what our -- we understand this is what our own pilots use, our own air force implements. i mean, this has got everything. >> it's the latest generation. >> brian: here is what the pentagon says. delaying or canceling delivering of the aircraft would undermine our efforts to address our regional security interests through a more capable egyptian military. does that make you feel better? >> no. it's insane. yes, the jets would help our middle east security if we gave them to friends. the friends are called israel. this is going to help give egypt an edge over israel.
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they'll have more f-16s than israel, as i understand it. this is insane. i would say we're about a bunch of lunatics but we voted in december not to use word lunatic anymore. i was the one dissenting vote. >> brian: what do you say lefty-israeli peace agreement intact and this is a reward for that? >> in egypt, brian g back to september 9 and 10. this administration took a video nobody had heard of and blaired it for two days stirring up riots and stirring up insurrection against american embassy and then didn't forget it. these are not people to send jets and tanks to unless they are sending them to them to reoccupy territory of our friends. >> brian: right. congressman gohmert, thanks so much. maybe it's not too late. >> thanks. >> brian: he's pumped up. coming up, do these toys offend
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$40 billion. that extremely rich country gets. next, 62 year low. that's how hard union membership across the country has fallen. missouri seeing the most dramatic slide. $63.2 billion. that's how much your lack of sleep is costing productivity at the office. the cdc finds nearly 41 million americans don't get at least seven hours of rest. we get seven hours of week. now joining us, two sleep deprived people. >> alisyn: i'm getting my hair cut. it's a battle against hair care discrimination. there is a rule not guilty denmark that orders women with short hair pay the same price as men because that would be follicle equality. should there be hair cut equality? let's find out. >> steve: let's have some fun. rosy is the owner of rosy's parlor hair salon in new jersey. she is here to give us both a trim. truth in advertising, rosy cut my hair for coming up on 20 years.
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she also does stuart varney's hair. alisyn, the reason i said she should come in is because she charges $22 for a men's hair cut and 25 for ladies. >> alisyn: right. it won't surprise you, i pay a lot more for my hair cut than steve does. a lot more. probably four times as much. isn't it hard tore cut a woman's hair? my hair is longer than steve. shouldn't i pay more? >> if you're getting it styled, yes. but a lot of women that come in don't want it styled. they want a hair cut. >> steve: so why get held up by somebody. we got a graphic that shows you the average price of a hair cut for a guy was close to 26 bucks last year. and then it's 11 bucks more than that for women. >> alisyn: i don't have a problem with this because women generally have a lot more hair. >> steve: rosy, how long does it take to you do a woman's -- brian's is an area rug. how long does it take to you cut a guy's hair?
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>> 15 to 20 minutes. >> steve: how long for a ladies' hair cut? >> five to ten minutes longer. >> alisyn: but then if do you have to style it, that can take longhorn. the women here, it's a half hour. >> steve: but everything should be added. like spirit airlines, you have a carry on, you want the hair styled, two bucks? >> charges for the blowout. >> alisyn: how is my hair looking? >> steve: it's the same thing -- explain this to me, see, you have no problem paying extra. why is it that it cost $4 to have a lady's blouse dry cleaned and it's buck for a guy's shirt? >> alisyn: i don't like that! dry cleaning should be equal. but i don't necessarily think hair cuts should be equal. what do you think and let us know. is my hair looking -- do you see a shift? >> steve: more varnish.
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official. you have until 2016, all military forces, to show me a solid reason not to. in the meantime, let's start finding a way to implement women on to -- into the front lines. i'm like a lot of people here. i actually thought they were on the front lines. i know they're medics and in the line of fire because the days of the battle lines being clear and concise are over. >> steve: women have been killed in action in iraq afghanistan. but this will be the first time where they're placed intentionally in the front. >> alisyn: right. they have been on the front lines as police officers and medics, intelligence officers. but now they will be in actual combat positions. it opens up hundreds of thousands. >> brian: 230,000 positions. >> alisyn: that was imposed in 1994. and now it's being lifted. women, who want to do this, we heard sound from them earlier, they're excited about this. >> brian: some. i just think that it's a
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situation where a woman can do all the things a man can do in the training. i don't think you should be bending training because you're not going to -- there is going to be no difference when the war actually starts and the demands on our soldier, they're a man or woman. so don't change the rules during training if they can pass the training, why not put them in front, if that's something they want to do? >> steve: last night on the bret baier show, there was an interview with a young woman going through marine program and she, for the front lines, she simply could not keep up strength wise with the guys. and she felt that was a real disadvantage. we wanted to know what you thought about it. here is an e-mail from ed in new jersey. bad idea. if they are captured, guess what's going to happen to them. our women are too precious to expose them to this. >> alisyn: this is from kc in north carolina. i would not trust a woman with my husband's life on the front lines. women can't pull a 200-pound man to safety. men have an instinct in them to pull women to safety. that will take away from them
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forgetting themselves or other marines. >> brian: richard in arkansas says in vietnam, they had women in air force. we found women on the front lines are more aggressive in fighting than men are. i think lifting of the ban would place women on equal grounds with their counterparts. james imhoff says it raises serious practical barriers that if ignored could jeopardize the safety and privacy of service members. >> steve: i hadn't thought about the e-mail from the person saying about what about in a prisoner of war situation. >> alisyn: horrible things happen to men in prison of war situations as well. >> steve: yeah. you're right. >> alisyn: all right. let's keep them coming. here are your headlines. phil mickleson is issuing another apology for announcing he was teed off over soaring taxes. he said he was considering leaving california. while earlier on "fox & friends," entrepreneur, the host of natgeo, a form neighbor, says he's outraged that mickleson
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felt he was forced to apologize. >> california doesn't make his golf game better. it doesn't make his branding better. he doesn't get more endorsements, yet they want more money from him. and that's what they were doing to me and so many other successful people there. they just make it intolerable to live there. >> alisyn: he says he was able to create 25% more jobs just by moving to florida. >> brian: by the way, tiger woods on the record saying that's why he left in 1996. we want to buy a pack of cigarettes, be prepared to show a doctor's note? a new bill circulating in organizing into will require smoke force have a prescription. it categories nicotine like the drug used in general anesthesia. it's controlled substance. if passed, those who break the law could go to jail for a year or pay more than $6,000 in fines. might be easier to get pot than cigarettes. >> steve: it would be. does this toy look racist to you? it apparently does to a group of muslims in turkey. they claim this star wars leggo
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toy is offensive because it assembles one of istanbul's most sacred mosques. >> brian: what's wrong with that? i thought it would be a nice tribute. >> steve: yeah. you be the judge. on the left is the jaba's palace. >> alisyn: police in england responding to a boozey doozy of a call after this drunk mom gets stuck in her kid's highchair. it could happen. she apparently wedged herself into the seat after getting wasted on-line with a group of girlfriends. her friends filmed her as she struggled to get out. eventually a fire crew had to be called in to free her from the chair's plastic grasp. where what is she wearing, by the way? >> steve: she's not only in it, she's in it backwards. >> alisyn: i see that. i'm not sure what kind of girls night this was. >> brian: here is the bigger question, if that happens to you, do you stop drinking or
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drink more? because you're trying to use it as anesthesia. >> steve: highchair hangover. >> brian: you ready for the most controversial story in the history of sports? manti te'o and his family breaking their silence in an interview with katie couric. he admits lying because he didn't want to admit he was duped. he was embarrassed. his dad said there is no way he was in on the hoax. >> people can speculate about what they think he is. i've known him 21 years of his life. he's not a liar. he's a kid. >> brian: new york daily news reports the alleged mastermind of the hoax disguised his voice so manti te'o thought he was talking to a girl on the phone. he was talking to a boy. all right. for some hornets fan it is worst worse. in few hours, the hornets will
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announce they're becoming the pelicans. the colors will become red, white and gold. go, pelicans. nice beak. louisiana state's flag features the pelican and it's the state bird. hoopsters did come true for a boy with down syndrome. >> get in there! [ cheering ] >> brian: he's in junior high school in michigan, nailing the three point shot. he made another one moments later. the season finale was the first time he played all year. >> alisyn: coach should have put him if earlier. >> brian: absolutely. by the way, you'll be joining me later today and alisyn will join me on friday. to update you on the latest with radio. on february 14, it seems that will be the day that fox news talk is not heard on sirius 126. it's already left xm as our
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contract ends and so far, there doesn't seem to be much interest in continuing to carry fox news talk. fox news channel, xm 114, they say it's the only reason they got it. that contract goes up in august. there is no guarantee they're going to keep that audio on sirius xm either. how do you feel about all this? if you want to sound off, go to twitter at sirius xm or go to their web site, www.siriusxm.com back slash contact us. let them know your opinion. they're still charging the same. that has -- in a good way, cluttered my entire twitter account. a lot of people are really upset. but you could still get us on broadcast radio and still on-line at kilmeade and friends.com. because lot of people in the car, get cart with satellite radio. a lot of people are canceling it. >> alisyn: we will write in. >> steve: we've got a fox news alert for you. we showed you the pictures earlier. firefighters covered in ice working to extinguish chicago's
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largest fire in seven years. the picture on the right is from yesterday and screen left is right now. we have bad news, the fire at the warehouse flared back up. you're looking live at the massive flames, frigid temperatures make the fire more difficult to handle this morning. they're pouring water on it, which immediately becomes icicles. janice dean, it's freezing outside right now where it's about 10 in new york city. >> it is. it's so dangerous. my husband is a firefighter. he was talk being this last night. it freezes on the equipment, on the ground. they risk hypothermia and frost bite. it's so dangerous for these guys. hats off to the firefighters that are fighting sub zero temperatures here in the chicago area. let's take a look at the map. it's cold, very cold. in some cases, temperatures we haven't seen in years. minus 6 in minneapolis. 5 in chicago. with the wind chill, it feels even colder. 13 right now in new york. that's why i'm dressed up as a woosy. 17 in cleveland. there are the wind chills. feels like minus 19.
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feels like minus 12 in chicago. these temperatures will be with us for the next couple of days. going to warm up next week, but then we'll go back into the deep freeze by late next week. see the moisture across the west? that will make its way eastward and we could have an ice storm on our hands across the south. alabama, georgia, into the carolinas, tennessee and kentucky, ice on the roadways tomorrow morning. that could be really dangerous. so that's what we're going to watch for in the next 24 to 48 hours. we look at the satellite radar imagery heading into the next 24 to 48 hours. again, we'll continue to watch the potential for the ice storm and we will keep you up to date on that ongoing fire in chicago. so dangerous for all those men and women that are fighting fires in sub freezing temperatures. back to you inside where it's warm! >> steve: yeah. >> brian: i always think about that with firefighters, middle of the night, they get a call at 2:00 o'clock and they have to fight the elements. >> steve: just look at that. they're pouring all that water
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onto that fire and it's all going to become icicles, the stuff that doesn't work on dousing the fire. >> alisyn: usually graffiti is ad about things. so why are these construction workers being encourage to do scribble all overt world trade center? >> brian: then the president's biggest supporters think he's capable of magic the second time around. >> climate change. i mean, we left chicago. there hasn't been any snow. >> brian: can that fantasy be a relight can president obama stop the snow in chicago? >> alisyn: can john stossel stop going? >> brian: i know john, who sang about stopping the rain? >> steve: who will stop the rain? many have. credence clearwater revival. he's next. come on in, john new honey bunches of oats greek yogurt and whole grain.
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>> brian: lance armstrong now being sued for writing fiction and selling it as fact. two readers of his book, have filed suit and seeking class action status. they want refunds and other cost. workers at the world trade center site are leaving behind messages of hope. they've been asked to write on the concrete and steel beams being used to make the 104 story, one world trade center. take a good look because it will be covered by drywall as the building is completed. that's nice. steve? >> steve: but it will still be there. thanks, brian. he may have just been sworn in, but the president supporters already have high hopes and think he can pass a magical liberal agenda in his second term? >> i feel good that we've reelected obama. >> climate change! we left chicago. there hasn't been any snow this winter. >> more jobs. >> what do you think the next four years are going to be like? >> definitely awesome.
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i think it's going to get better. >> steve: hope so. can the president really accomplish all those things and by the way, accomplishing things like that cost a lot of money. where is that money coming from? let's talk to john stossel. that's one of the topics he'll be covering on his program tonight. good morning to you. >> it is remarkable how enthusiastic they were. one person said, we don't need people to be as rich as they really are. >> steve: oh, good. >> but people say, obama's not a big spender. it was all bush and nobody complained about bush. we found an example where senator obama in 2006 was upset about the debt. on the senate floor of the congressional record shows that he said, it took 42 presidents 200 years to run up atrial in debt. this administration did that in just five years. doesn't anybody call him on that? >> steve: not the main stream immediate y john. that's the reason so many people watch fox news channel, because it seems like we're the only people when are actually telling it like it is, because in 2006
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when it was time to raise the debt limit under george w. bush who was president then, barak obama said can't do it. sorry. it would be unpatriotic. >> he said america has a debt problem. i intend to -- >> steve: here we are on the precipice of his second term. do we imagine that anything is going to be different than the first term where he ran up the tab? >> no. i think that's pretty clear and if you look at the national debt from president to president, bush was a big spender. got it up to 7 trillion. but obama at 16.4 trillion and at this inauguration people are saying, no, he's not a spender. it's all bush. >> steve: of course. >> this is unsustainable. this is the big crisis of our time. >> steve: what's the statute of limitations on blaming bush run? >> never. there is no statute of limitations on murder or blaming bush. >> steve: all right. john stossel.
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check him out tonight on the fox business channel at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. thank you very much. all right. straight ahead, michelle malkin is coming up and says our kids are getting dumber and the president is to blame for lowering our standards. is she right? we'll discuss that. then, what he just accomplished is unheard of. grammy award winning christian singer chris tomlin next jenna shared her recipe with sharon, who emailed it to emily, who sent it to cindy, who wondered why her soup wasn't quite the same. the recipe's not the recipe... ohhh. [ female announcer ] ...without swanson. the broth cooks trust most when making soup.
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♪ i know who comes before me ♪ i know who stands behind ♪ the god of angel army is always by my side ♪ ♪ . ♪ . >> alisyn: it's very rare to have a christian album topping the billboard charts. but chris tomlin's album is only the fourth ever to enter the chart at number one. grammy win singer and song writer chris tomlin joins us from d.c hey, chris. >> thanks for having me. >> alisyn: as we said, you're the fourth ever to enter a christian album at number one. why do you think it's been hard for christian albums to be number one? >> i don't know. the music is -- people are making great music. so many great artists, making amazing music. i just think to do anything like that, it takes an amazing team and i think just having this team is what's incredible and being part of this amazing team. it's been years and years, it
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didn't just happen. this isn't my first record. it's been years of building. i think just building -- people come to love the music and so it's quite an honor to share that 'cause it's a rare air in christian music. >> alisyn: it is. you're very modest, obviously, to give credit to your whole team and i'm sure that that's valid. but do you think there is something about your lyrics that the secret to your success? >> well, i try to write songs that give voice to people to worship god. that's what i've been doing since i was a kid actually. and just trying to write songs in a way to help people to express their faith. trying to write songs of faith and i think that we live in a world of fear and that's not our story. our story is a story of faith. that's what these songs are about and hopefully give people, to lift people up, lift their spirits up a bit. >> alisyn: i know you think that music can have such a healing effect and be so powerful. i agree with you. i want to ask what you think about this study out of the
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netherlands that followed adolescent kids and what kind of music they listened to and found that kids who listened to what they called unconventional music, basically alternative, they meant hip hot, metal, techno, house music. they began to become delinquents, they determined, by about age 16. whereas kids who just listened to sort of more main stream stuff, pop, jazz, classical didn't have the behavioral problems. what do you think that's about? >> you know, i think that for -- there is a true principle in what you put in is what comes out. i think that's pretty true in all of life. i think there is nothing -- music is like the most powerful art form that it gets to the soul so quick. faster than any other art form of the music comes right to the emotions so quick. that's so powerful. so it doesn't surprise me because there is nothing more powerful than getting that inside your heart, inside your soul. if you think that's really
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happening or not, that is what's happening. what goes in usually comes out. >> alisyn: i want to talk about a cost that -- cause ha is dear to your heart. part of something called end it. it's about human trafficking. i was stunned to read that there are 27 million people around the globe who are slaves, human trafficked. many of those in the u.s. >> yeah. it's crazy. to think we live in a time where there is more slaves in the world than any other time in the history of the world. i think there is a generation of students that i've been part of with my music called passion and this kind of generation of college students who are saying we're not good with that. we want to do something about that. end it is really not trying to start anything. we're not trying to say hey, here is a new organization. we're saying there is a lot of people doing amazing things and we're trying get around that and help people bring awareness. so it's end the movement.com. check it out.
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anybody can get behind this because i think it's awareness is doing the job. >> alisyn: absolutely. >> i'm a mom at home what, can i do? being aware, making people aware. >> alisyn: and chris, i'm going to tweet out that web site so people can learn more. thanks so much. >> thank you. >> alisyn: just ahead, michelle malkin oh!
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>> alisyn: good morning, everyone. it's january 24. i'm alisyn camerota. hillary clinton answers questions with more questions. >> we had four dead americans. was it because of a protest or because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they'd go kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? >> alisyn: did we get any answers? michelle malkin is here to weigh in. >> steve: do you have a gun to precontinuing your house? millions do. because new state law says you might have to tell your kids' school you got a gun. and where you can keep it so
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they can decide whether or not that's safe. is that a decision for them to make. we're going to tell that you story. >> brian: here is the big one. apparently size does matter. two guys suing subway because their foot long came up short. are they justified or just jerks, i ask? you answer. e-mail us, tweet us. do something. don't just sit there. >> steve: action. >> steve: had i not said action, would you have just appeared? >> brian: the control room is so afraid of me. they're afraid of jumping the animation. like, they'll never go -- you know how intimidated they are? they won't even show their faces. >> alisyn: they're in the shadow. >> brian: look at them. >> steve: like mob bosses, they're only shot in silhouette. >> brian: how many times have you heard this, whatever brian
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wants guys. how many times have you heard that? >> alisyn: never. >> brian: thanks a lot. >> steve: it's good to have alisyn off. gretchen is taking the day off. she'll be back tomorrow. >> alisyn: let's tell you what's happening. fox news alert, police arrested a person of interest in the murder of a beloved philadelphia pediatrician. 35-year-old melissa was found dead, bound at the hands and feet in her basement on monday. police are questioning a 37-year-old exterminator. silver truck found at the man's home was the same one seen on surveillance video in her neighborhood. police say the man was seen leaving her home and then came back, circling her home. veteran member of the irish republican center at the center of the ira tape story was found dead. she was found near dublin. price claims he was her ira commander in the early 1970s and order catholic civilians to be abducted, murdered and buried in
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secret. northern ireland police have been seeking her tape recorded interviews from boston college. that case is expected to be heard by the u.s. supreme court. look at these incredible pictures. they show firefighters covered in ice working to extinguish chicago's largest fire in seven years. this started on tuesday, but the bad news this morning is that because it's at a warehouse t has flaired back up. you're looking at live shots right now. this massive -- the massive flames, heavy smoke and temperatures make the fire more difficult to handle. wow. those guys are doing i don'tman's duty. we'll keep you posted. it's a dirty washington secret. those outrageously expensive hotel packages hardly ever get sold. remember the madison hotel, $47,000 inaugural town and country package? it came complete with a social media butler and a personal town car and driver? it did not find a buyer. shocking. those are your headlines.
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>> steve: let's bring in michelle malkin. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> brian: did you watch all five hours yesterday? >> i did. >> brian: what did you learn? anything, michelle? >> i learned that it was hillary 2016 yesterday on capitol hill and that it wasn't just the fawning democrats who were enabling, but many, unfortunately, many republicans who helped as well. >> steve: it did seem like there was a lot of speechifying and in some cases i didn't hear any questions. if folks had lives, had job, had things to do yesterday and you missed her testimony, here is hillary clinton versus predominantly the republican senators. >> we were misled that there was supposedly protests and something sprang out of that, an assault sprang out of that. that was easily ascertained that was not the fact and the american people could have known that within days and they didn't know that. >> with all due respect, the fact is we had four dead
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americans. was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they'd go kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? >> steve: good question. what difference does it make, michelle? >> with all due respect, which is one of those beltway weasel phrases, you know it means the exact opposite, with all due respect, of course, it makes all the difference in the world. i think there were a couple of republicans on both the house and senate side that tried to make that clear. but i think there were more republicans who squandered the opportunity to really stick it not only to hillary and the state department, but to the entire lying administration. now, i understand that there are a lot of staffers and a lot of republicans on capitol hill who have been so steeped in this that they don't realize that the basics still need to get out to the american public. and that was the missed opportunity, i think. a lot of times, especially with low information voters,
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repetition is key. the key questions about how this administration lied and lied and lied to the american public and used this youtube video as a ruse really needed to get out there. but i think you could count on the number of fingers on your hand how many times republicans mentioned the video! hello! did you take an oath of office not to mention it yesterday? >> alisyn: there were other questions that weren't answered. we found out that secretary clinton said she hadn't read ambassador stevens' warnings that were sent where he said that the security situation is deteriorating. as far as i can tell, they didn't press to find out exactly who did, why that person is still in their post. what she knew about it. here are some of the questions. we've montage of those that were asked. >> had i been president at the time, i would have relieved you of your post. >> the state department is notorious for wasteful spending and continues to have misplaced funding priorities. >> the answers, frankly, that
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you've given this morning are not satisfactory to me. >> it is not all politics. it's how we do things here to make it better. >> trying to get to the nitty-gritty. >> madam secretary, you let the consulate become a death trap. and that's national security malpractice. >> alisyn: those weren't questions. those were lawmakers making statements. it happened on both sides of the aisle. what did you think? >> well, look, if she was going to exploit that whole platform to make her statements and grand stand, i think it's equal opportunity for some of the republicans to do so. i think there should have just been a better balance about the grilling versus the grand standing. and these questions about the dhs report that was available to them within days that made it clear that it was not some sort of youtube protest and the proxy and all of that facade, as well as the question you raised about the cables that she didn't read.
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this seems to be a theme with this administration. you'll remember it's the same kind of excuse that was invoked during fast and furious. eric holder, even though the buck stops with him and he's in charge, of course, gave the same excuse. i didn't read what was addressed to me. >> steve: yeah. >> brian: thousands come in. let's talk about something else that's going on. guns are still a major issue, which on a side know could divide the democratic party 'cause a lot don't want any of these gun rules that the president is putting forward and will not win reelection if they support them. but that's for another day. right now there is a law maker proposing for parents to inform a school if the parent owns a gun. how significant is this to you this. >> it's another dangerous encroachment of the nanny state and it's an undermining of the sacred relationship between a an ongoing thing not only in educational matters, but in health matters as well. and these gun grabbers are using
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any excuse to expand the role of government in people's lives and turn parents against their own children and vice-versa, because you have this encouragement among many left wing educators and activists and politicians to encourage children to snitch on their own parents about this issue. >> steve: we're not just talking about going out and getting an illegal gun permit, which most people do. but part of this bill requires parents to notify the school district that they have a gun. >> yes. yes. and the slippery slope here is this is not mirrorly discrimination against law-abiding gun owners who are parents. what it is is viewpoint and political discrimination and political persecution, no doubt about it. >> alisyn: michelle, speaking of schools, let's talk about president obama's plan for public schools in the country. it's called common core. he's setting standards. it's part of the race to the top program. what do we know about common
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core standards? >> well, a lot of parents and teachers and educators out there are learning more and more about it. it was really stealthily funded and seeded through the race to the top and federal stimulus programs, which were basically bribes to get states to sign on to these bogus standards before they were even written. so there was some core constitutional issues here about local control. for my perspective president reason why i'm devoting much more of my time and my syndicated column and loss in my blog to this issue over the next several weeks and months is that it is an undermining of academic excellence in this country. it is a trend of the left to undermine western civilization requirements, core math learning and science learning. this is all under the guise of raising standards, but it does anything but that. obama and arnie duncan at the department of education are primarily responsible. but unfortunately, there are some republican governors who have capitulated to this and
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business interests that don't know what the heck is going on, that think they're signing on to better standards for students and improved work force. but are going to get much more dumbed down population. >> steve: how about in the district of columbia, did you hear the story that the high school students, they may never actually take a government class in the seat of our government? i don't know, i'm sure they want people to know how the government works. but it does seem ironic in washington, d.c., they wouldn't teach government. >> brian: it's complicated. >> it's all of a piece. my bottom line on all of this is that after the election, there were a loft republicans and conservatives said that the real problem in this country is the low information voter. oh, it's much bigger than that. it's the no knowledge student that's the problem. >> steve: let's make them lower information voters. >> alisyn: we'll read your columns to find out more about the standards. thanks a lot. >> take care. >> brian: she was trying to find her perfect match. instead, she was set up with a man who tried to kill her.
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>> take me, take me. spare my family. >> steve: zombies are no threat to homer simpson. but zombie foreclosures may be a threat to you. what are they and what do they mean for you, the homeowner? joining us from vegas is real estate expert and our own fox
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news legal analyst, bob massi. >> that's a great start up there, my friend. >> steve: it is. let's start at the beginning. what is a zombie foreclosure, 'cause there are apparently a lot of them out there. >> listen, most home owners can understand this. they've been trying to deal with the bank for years. everything they've done has failed. they want them to take the home back. but they're like dead. where are you, lenders? why won't you foreclose on our property so we can start our life over? it is a prevailing problem in this country. it's causing a lot of problems for homeowners. and that's why we're calling it zombie foreclosures. >> steve: so if you think you've been foreclosed, how can you figure out whether or not you're the victim of one of those zombie foreclosures? >> bottom line is this, steve, if you've been trying to work a deal with the lender for a few years, and they just won't communicate, then the bottom line is the fact, as long as that home is titled to you, then you're legally responsible for that home. you could still be held responsible for hoa dues.
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there is property tax issues, there is insurance issues, although most lenders will put insurance on the home once the money has run out on your impound account. but the frustration for the homeowner is many people want to get out of that house, steve. they want to move on. they're begging the lenders, take my house. let me move on with my life and they're just not doing it. >> steve: all right. here is an e-mail question from somebody. what if i filed for bankruptcy and the debt is discharged, am i still exposed? >> absolutely. let me be very clear here. the debt has been discharged, steve, by the bankruptcy court. so what you owe the bank literally is discharged. but when you file a chapter 7 bankruptcy, steve, and that doesn't change the title to your property. so you could be not responsible for the debt, but now the bankruptcy is over. i get e-mails all the time saying bob, i'm still living in the home. i haven't made a payment in two
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years. my bankruptcy has been discharged. all the debts are gone. they won't take my home back. it's still titled in their name. so i want the viewers to understand the discharge in bankruptcy doesn't take your name off the title for the property until the lender forecloses. >> steve: okay. so this is really important. so if you could be the victim of one of these zombie foreclosures, what's the homeowner supposed to do? >> here is exactly what i tell them and i have talked to other lawyers in the country that are competent men and women, i basically say listen, if you want out of your house, you're done, you want to move. off job somewhere else, go get a quitclaim deed. you don't need permission from anybody. you take deed. get some advice from a lawyer. you prepare the quitclaim deed. deed it back to the servicer of the loan, whether it be bank of america, aurora, record it in the recorder's office. it's out of your name and in their name and see you later, lender. what are they going to do to you? i'm done. i'm finished. i don't want to deal with it anymore. that's what i tell people to do.
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>> steve: listen, a whole bunch of people will be showing up for another one of your housing seminars. tell bus where this is going to be and how folks can attend. >> thank you. two weeks from today in fort myers, florida, we're going to be at the yacht club there. it will be from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. eastern time down there. we're going to do a seminar like we did over in treasure island. going to answer questions, go to the "fox & friends" web site, right on the front is the e-mail where you can register. it's free. it's going to be a very good seminar. answer a loft questions, meet wonderful people that have following what we've been doing for the last two years. it's february 7 at 6:00 a.m. to 9 a.m it's early. but show up. we'll have a good time. >> steve: it's early 'cause it will be on during our show and i have a feeling we'll be watching you give some advice for some folks there. >> i hope is. >> steve: there are millions of people with big questions that are answered by guys like bob massi. thank you. >> thank you. >> steve: 20 minutes after the top of the hour. first you don't see it.
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now you do. we're talking about the gun that that guy, screen left, has concealed. you can see it on the right. the new x-ray vision police have that you won't see coming. then, she's one of the few conservatives in hollywood and play has politician on tv. now actress melissa joan hart back on the couch. come on in, clarissa, you're next on "fox & friends." come on hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. [ coughs ] [ baby crying ] ♪ [ male announcer ] robitussin® liquid formula soothes your throat on contact and the active ingredient relieves your cough.
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terrorist for the 2008 assault on mumbai. the nation's biggest police force got x-ray vision. nypd testing a high-tech device that can see concealed weapons apparently through your clothes. >> steve: great. meanwhile, melissa joan hart is one of the few conservatives in hollywood and play ago politician in the show "melissa and joey." >> brian: she has been one of the few stars in hollywood willing to speak out about her political beliefs. >> alisyn: joining us is melissa joan hart. >> thank you. >> steve: i think i said one of the few conservatives in hollywood. there are a loft hollywood conservatives. >> there are, you just don't know about it. >> alisyn: you decided to come out of the closet. why? >> right around election time. because i don't want to hide about it, like especially with twitter and social networks these days, people are very -- they want to know who you voted for, what are you doing? what do you think about this or that? so i pick and choose what i want
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to answer. i decided to answer who i was voting for. >> steve: in fact, in november you tweeted, finish the sentence formee being a republican in hollywood is like blank. >> yes. then i left that. i think that sat in my twitter feed for a day and then i said, i'm voting romney. and then that just got a lot of backlash. but also a lot of love. so the country is divided. of course, some people are going to hate what i said and some will love it. i didn't say anything about my political -- why i voted this way. i just said who. so i think i have a right as an american to do that. >> brian: so the big debate in this country is on gun control after the tragedy in newtown. the president came out with a budge of executive orders. he wants to revamp the gun laws in this country. he hasn't really talked about hollywood and video games. but if so, a guy like david arquette has come forward, basically a comedian, and said, i'm willing to push for a ban or lessening of guns in films. are you?
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>> you know, it's tricky. i live 20 miles from newtown. my son is in first grade and was in lock down that day with what was going on nearby. and that really affected obviously the whole nation and the whole world and especially i think moms like me would had first graders. this hit really close to home literally. and for me, i think -- i mean, i have mixed views on it. i definitely think that we should have a right to have guns and but i also think there needs to be restrictions so someone can't have 100 round magazine and walk into a school like that. >> alisyn: but what about hollywood? >> i don't think you can censor it. i don't think you can censor what they do. it is a slippery slope t. keeps going. >> steve: what about, for instance, video games, where there should be warnings, look, if you're a 15-year-old kid and you're sitting there -- >> there are, though. >> steve: but the parents, you
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know, go ahead, what's it going to do? >> we were giving our son halocy violent. >> steve: how old is he? >> first grade, seven. what he likes is there is a world there where he can fly in planes. that's the part he knows about. so we were torn about whether or not we'd give it to him. when you're not in one of these airplanes, there is a big assault rifle in front of your face on the screen. it's a tricky thing. >> brian: it's amazing. hollywood did censor itself when it came to terrorism. so now every terrorist is a russian. so they did somehow a wink and a nod, change the plot on many movies outside ironman, which actually showed afghanistan. let's see a clip from your series "melissa and joey." >> listen, i hate to get all rational on you. >> must be why you never do it. [ laughter ] >> so this marrying a total strange prosecutor a different hemisphere, was that a stupid idea or incredibly stupid idea? [ laughter ]
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>> totally spontaneous. you know, i saw a woman in distress and, you know, bam, just represent into action. >> like a super hero? >> those are your words, but they're accurate. >> steve: funny to see a form child star drinking wine on tv. >> it's grape juice. >> steve: your third season, congratulations. before you go, tell us about yousa. >> it's a great app i'm involved in. it's free. it basically will -- like having coupons on your phone. anyone who has a smart phone can download the app for free. you bring with you to the store, instead of clipping coupons, so that makes it very green. >> steve: you show it to the cashier? >> yeah. and you can also, if you just want to find like around holiday time, it was really great because if you want to find a deal, what am i going to get for my neighbor's 12-year-old? go on there and find game stop, find out what deal they're having, $10 off or 10% offment you can do it on-line. you can find discounts on there. >> brian: do you ever have to print it out? >> no. you just bring it to the
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cashier. >> brian: entrepreneur as well as actress. >> alisyn: she does it all and working mom. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> alisyn: this is an american f-16. so why does it have an egyptian flag on it? because we gave it to the egyptians. should we be sending gifts to the muslim brotherhood? senator john mccain has thoughts on that next. >> steve: a group of guys suing subway because their foot longs a little short. 11 inches. are they justified or jerks? do you really need the extra inch? e-mail us. >> brian: why didn't i get jalapenos on my turkey sandwich last night? i'm still trying to figure it out.
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>> alisyn: fox business alert now. labor department just releasing brand-new weekly jobless claims. 330,000 first-time unemployment claims were filed last week. that is less than the week before, brian. and less than expected. >> steve: moving in the right direction. let's bring in senator john mccain. he joins us from capitol hill. >> good morning. >> steve: it looks like fewer people are out of work, or they've given up looking. what do you make of that number? >> i think it's obviously some improvement. however slight. but i don't think anyone would
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disagree that the economy continues to stumble along. there are some good signs out there. the housing market for the first time is really showing some significant improvement. i think if this xl pipeline is agreed to buy bithe president that, could put us on the path to that and natural gas assets that we are now able to exploit. i think there are some prospects out there. but if you continue to debt and the deficit, 51,000 for every man, woman and child in america now, sooner or later, we're going to crash. and people are not going to invest in an economy that we are not addressing, nor did the president in his inaugural address, and i'll bet he doesn't in the state of the union address, talk about the fundamental problems with the debt and the deficit, which has increased $6 trillion on his watch. >> brian: are you going to vote for what the house passed yesterday? that is get a budget in three months or don't get paid?
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and we'll up the debt ceiling? >> i will. i also think that it's important that we get this issue behind us. we get the sequestration stopped. we get this whole fiscal cliff, cr addressed, the continuing resolution keeping the government in business because it just sends a wrong message to businessmen and women, small and large in our country. we need to have a path to a balanced budget and we need to cut spending and we need to reform entitlements. that's what we need to do. >> alisyn: senator, let's talk about what happened on capitol hill yesterday with secretary clinton, came in front of you to talk about benghazi. what did you learn yesterday? >> not much. not much. she was feisty, according to the main stream media. she obviously has an adoring media. she really didn't answer any questions. her response to senator johnson
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about whether there was a spontaneous demonstration or not, saying it didn't matter. it didn't matter how these people died? that was stunning. that was really stunning. of course it matters. it matters for a whole lot of reasons, including to the families and americans because the american people deserve to be told the truth and they were not told the truth. >> alisyn: her points, she went on to say after she said it didn't matter, was basically there are four americans dead. forget the message. forget the messaging, the labeling. what are we doing about it? where are the people who are being prosecuted? where are the suspects in custody? is that for her to answer or the f.b.i. and why don't we have answers about that? >> we don't have answers 'cause they haven't done anything. one thing they called an f.b.i. investigation, which is a criminal investigation, this was obviously an act of terror. but by saying it doesn't matter, then that sets aside or diminishes the importance of all the measures they failed to
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take. there were warnings. there was attacks on a british ambassador. there was a request to keep an additional security force there because of the rising threat. it was obvious that there was -- including rather urgent messages september by our am -- sent by our ambassador back to washington which she said she never saw. i was in tripoli with christopher stevens on july 7. he was deeply concerned about security there. cnn reporter found a message from him weeks later in the burned out consulate. so look, this thing has been a cover-up. i'm sorry to tell you that probably the adoring media will now say, well, that chapter is over. well, it's not over for the families of those who have sacrificed needlessly, in my view, and it's not over because we are not changing our policies because we let this happen in
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libya and it continues to happen. >> steve: indeed. meanwhile, let's switch to egypt now. couple of f-16s took off from fort worth yesterday and they had egyptian flags on the tails. this troubles a lot of people. morsi, the president there, led the muslim brotherhood and the israelis are terrified that one day those planes will be used against them. maybe. >> well, first of all, i don't think the israelis are terrified. they've proven quite often that some of the best -- maybe the second best pilots in the world or maybe equal to us are israeli pilots and equipment. but these were part of a deal that was made before morsi came to power. we have to examine all forms of aid being extended to egypt and a lot of it should depend on mr. morsi's behavior. but i would remind you, the egyptian people elected him president of egypt and that's their decision. now we make decisions based on
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his decisions and behavior. >> brian: are you in support of this f-16 give away, along with the abrams tanks or not? >> well, they're sales, to start with. they aren't give aways. but -- >> steve: our technology. >> well, our technology. we are selling. it's not unique technology so much and considering so many countries the world have these. i'm not opposed to it. but i am opposed to not seriously evaluating egypt's behavior in a balance for any future arms sales that we might provide to them. >> alisyn: what do you think of leon panetta lifting the ban on women serving in combat positions now in the military? >> i think it's appropriate, but i also think that we have to expect the same rigorous physical standards, particularly for combat units. we can not have two standards of physical or mental for that matter, standards for people to
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qualify. we have outstanding women serving in the military and we're all proud of them. >> brian: we lost another general. looks like general matus will be forced to step down. what's the problem with generals in this administration. word is he speaks up and speaks his mind and tom donnellan and company don't like it. >> general matus speaks truth to power. he's one of the finest men i have ever had the honor of being associated with. he should be kept in the military and it's obvious that the civilians in this administration don't like people that speak truth to power. >> steve: we've noticed. all right. john mccain joining us today prosecute the rotunda, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> steve: we got a couple of quick stories making headlines. what's the best way to fight school violence? guidance counselors or guns? that's the question creating a lot of controversy this morning because school district in california decided to arm its
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school police with high powered semiautomatic rifles. some parents are outraged. they say the $14,000 should have been spent on hiring guidance counselors. not guns. >> it is the best message we could send to anybody who thinks to harm our children because the message we're sending is not here, not now. we're prepared for you and if you seek to harm our children, we will neutralize that threat and you will most likely be killed. >> we don't need to look very far back in our history to see these types of weapons being used on our campuses to kill our children and staff members. >> steve: the guns are to be kept in locked safes. they receive 40 hours of training with the rifles. >> alisyn: he was supposed to be her perfect match, but he almost killed her. instead a las vegas woman suing match.com for $10 million for setting her up with a murderer. back in 2011, mary kay beckman was stabbed ten times and left
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to die. >> they don't say that one in five are part of the attempted murder, one in five are killed. they don't tell you that people are missing. if i can save somebody from being hurt or making a different decision with their on-line dating choices, that's my mission and my goal. >> alisyn: while she was in the hospital, her date was arrested for the murder of another woman he met on match.com. she wants the web site to warn people about the dangers of on-line dating sites. >> brian: size does matter to to guys from jersey. they're suing subway over the size of their foot long sandwiches. this picture went viral last week showing the foot long sandwich that wasn't a foot long sandwich coming in short. one of the guys suing says he's eaten 50-foot longs every year for the last 14 years. so he wanted to know, are these guys justified -- are they going to get a dollar for every inch they are missing? here are your e-mails, one in oklahoma said, if the cost of my
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sandwich goes up because of this lawsuit, i propose a class action suit against the plaintiff! >> alisyn: karen says, what's the big deal about the size of the bread? how about the amount of meat they put in it? are you kidding me? >> steve: looking at the e-mail machine of everything we've talked about today, this is the number one stir upper on this thursday morning. everybody can identify. meanwhile, move over, he'llen. tiger has a new girl and we get you're being to want to know her name. we've got it. >> alisyn: he's one of america has top celebrity chefs. todd english is here showing us how to make the perfect chicken soup to fight the flu. he's a doctor, too ♪ just one bite opens a world of delight... ♪ ♪ with tasty grilled flavor and goodness to savor ♪
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the filet of fish is shrinking. next month mcdonnel's will be serving up fish mcbites. you can get them in three sizes. snack, regular or shareable. what is this, the food network? and who would date tiger woods? now we know. he's reportedly pursuing another blond beauty, olympic skier livedy vaughn. sources say she might be the ones. he was recently spotted in austria where she was racing and later treated her to a romantic trip to antigua. >> brian: who are your sources? >> steve: okay, fine. >> brian: house speaker john boehner looking towards the president's second term and warning republicans about what he sees coming. listen. >> we're expecting over the next 22 months to be the focus of this administration as they attempt to anilate the republican party. >> brian: as recommended by a
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cbs political director. is this unfortunately true and should americans expect more from both parties? fox news legal analyst peter johnson, jr. is here. is this unprecedented? does every party want to beat the other party to this degree? >> i think there is a visceral, intense dislike coming out of the white house for the republican party that's not unprecedented, but we probably haven't seen such an oppositional party dislike since the waning days of the nixon administration. there is something nixonian about it. i think what john boehner is saying is this is a call to action. this is a wake up call. this is almost a pull revere call saying, we're going to have issues going forward in the next 22 months and we've got to get the folks who are interested in the republican party values back on board and say, let's stand up and pick the battles that we want to pick and win those battles. but what he's saying is it's a very hostile environment. so the republican party is concerned, i think talk radio is
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concerned. i think independent and conservative outlets are concerned. they're saying, well, how far will this white house go to wipe the debate in a way that is not productive? >> brian: do you believe, in your estimation, that the white house might have more aggressive view than even democrats in the senate and the house? >> i don't know who captured whom. i don't know who the democratic party's back the kidnap victim of. i don't know if the white house has become so progressive that it's taken over the democratic party or the democratic party has taken over the white house. i do know when john boehner says we're looking at annihilation and destruction, but we have something that's really interesting. people have to think about it today. the white house has now set up another arm, a so-called not for profit arm. so now we have branches of government raising hundreds of millions of dollars to perpetuate their viewpoint. should the supreme court do it next? should the house of representatives do it next?
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it's unprecedented in american government and politics. the money is going to be out of control and incredible and unaccountable. >> brian: we're going to keep an eye on that. thanks so much. are you wondering whether or not you have a strong case to sue? write to peter johnson, jr., e-mail him at peter at foxnews.com. he'll answer your questions later in the week. >> tomorrow. so sue me! >> brian: if you don't answer. straight ahead. want to fight the flu? then serve up some chicken soup. one of measure's top chefs, todd english, is here with his recipe and ali is bothering him. you know who is not bothering us, martha. >> that's because i'm far away. if i were closer, i would be bothering you. thanks very much. so coming up here today, women in combat, this recognition of what already exists or is it a bad idea? jack keane and kt mcfar land, great duo for that story coming up. the match.com stabbing case.
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>> alisyn: let's look outside our studio. it's 15 degrees here in new york city. it's a lot colder in other parts of the country. so we want to help you stay warm and fight off the cold and flu season. so joining us now is celebrity chef and restauranteur and author of the new book "cooking in everyday english," todd english. great to have you. >> absolutely. it was cold this morning. i don't know anything better than a nice hot soup. >> alisyn: they, too. you're going to make something really delicious for us. >> this is something we do at olive's. something that's just as hearty
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and delicious. it's apparently national soup. >> alisyn: january is national soup month. i'm excited about that. >> what better month to do it in. squash in the winter is always wonderful. this is acorn and butter nut squash. what die is one of my favorite ingredients is lobster. >> alisyn: boston. >> i can't help myself. got to bring that around with some nice pumpkin seed. so we just -- that's just one of the ideas that i want to share. >> alisyn: that looks wonderful. now let's talk about fighting the flu. does chicken soup really help stave off the cold? >> it really does. it's full of nutrients nutrientd vitamins and chicken is a natural fighter of that. so that's why you say it's the best. my mother's chicken soup is the best way to fight a cold. >> alisyn: you also say all the spices you put in are natural antioxidants. >> what i wanted to do was because i think the original medicines were actually herbs
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and spices. so what we've got is cinnamon -- >> alisyn: what did you just lop in there? n chicken meat balls and vegetables. i made the chicken broth with whole chicken. we put that. this is ginger, which is again an antioxidant, actually helps to boost the immune system. i've got cinnamon in here, again, boosting immune system. the acid helps an absorption. black peppercorn, garlic. all those to help the immune system really and fight off -- >> alisyn: it's interesting. you put it in that cheese cloth mesh bag so you're not getting into the soup. >> we're going to sad the spice back into a minute. i've got natural grains. some faro. >> alisyn: about your book issues you said it's just recipes people can understand. >> yeah. it's really about ten ingredients or less. that's really what we're trying do. >> alisyn: i'm going to eat it for breakfast.
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. .. at 1:45, the aflac duck was brought in with multiple lacerations to the wing and a fractured beak. surgery was successful, but he will be in a cast until it is fully healed, possibly sever months. so, if the duck isn't able to work, how will he pay for his living expenses? aflac. like his rent and car paymets? aflac. what about ga and groceries? aflac. cell phone? aflac, but i doubte'll be using his phone for quite a while cause like i said, he has a fractured beak.

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